Clay Travis said that he liked boobs during a live TV segment on CNN. Anchorwoman Brooke Baldwin then cut off his mic, choosing to end the interview. Baldwin later issued a statement expressing shock and disbelief that a man could say that in 2017 and that it was demeaning to women.
Sure, the remark was juvenile and inappropriate in that conversation, but it didn’t demean women. That is, he didn’t reduce women to their breasts or treat women as objects – he only glorified a female bodily part. And what he said is true: boobs are pretty awesome. They’re so awesome, in fact, that both men and women can’t seem to stop staring at them. That’s a fact. Sure, we might have different reasons for our gaze, but gaze we most certainly do. I’d even bet that your eyes, reader, darted off this paragraph several times, checking out the boob-age to the right. It is like a tractor beam – I know.
But if we are looking for a truer source for the degradation of women, look to women themselves. I mean, where is the modesty? For example, women used to only wear dresses extended to their calves, but now women wear dresses so short that we can nearly see their labia. And the dresses gets shorter and shorter every year. Sad. Their cleavage? It’s showing half the time, even in professional settings, which is ridiculous and salacious. It’s like they’re daring men to motorboat them during a staff meeting. Seriously. And finally, those jean shorts currently in fashion? Ladies: I CAN LITERALLY SEE YOUR ASS CHEEKS. They’re worse than those yoga pants that lie about how nicely shaped your ass is. Misleading AF, btw!
Seriously though, when women dress like that, it becomes harder to see them in their dignity and as a person. That’s a fact. There’s a study about it, actually. I am sure that men have some blame for this, but so do women, because women thingify themselves, highlighting and flaunting their material qualities over their immaterial virtues and femininity. Women thus objectify themselves.
Rather than suffer that consequence, women should dress and act modestly. That way, women help foster a culture and a masculinity that is not obsessed with boobs and ass, where men value women for their femininity. This is not about hiding yourselves, ladies. It’s about understanding and appreciating the fact that we are a sort of animal, one that can be easily ruled by his or her passions rather than rationality; hence, when we dress and act modestly, we don’t hide ourselves, no. In fact, it is quite the opposite: we take effort to reveal and ensure our dignity and status as persons.
So, ladies, if you want to help men become better, and even better yourselves, here’s some advice. Cover up some more. Keep your virginity until marriage. Do all the stuff that women used to do before, the pornification of society, feminism and the sexualization of women and girls. Men will follow cue. I assure you – we will. But first you need to act and dress like ladies. That is your debt to chivalrous men. Otherwise, you don’t get to balk when men say “I like boobies”, for that is the sort of degeneracy you encourage with your self-objectification and denigration of womanhood.
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